Silver Snakes get gritty and deep with the band’s third full album Saboteur.

Stephen Christian of Anberlin fame returns to his side project with Anchor & Braille’s third album Songs For The Late Night Drive Home.

Dream Theater tell a tale of the rebellion to save music through a 34 track rock opera.

Bad Charlotte!  That’s a bad, bad Charlotte!

Mustaine and company return with Megadeth’s 15th studio album: Dystopia.   Text Review: When one of the big four releases a new album it instantly gets the attention of everyone in the metal community.  And when your band reaches back to 1983, you have quite the reputation to live up …

It’s hard to describe a band when you hear their description as Appalachian Punk, but once you see Gallows Bound live and listen to their music you instantly understand the label.  Now on their first national tour supporting their sophomore self-titled album, these six Virginians are attempting win over crowds …

Brendon Urie returns with catchy new lyrics and charismatic flair in Death Of A Bachelor.   Text Review: Whether you are a fan of pop rock and all its fancy presentation and romantic hooks, you cannot deny the musical talent of Brendon Urie and company.  And while Urie now stands …

A look back at Kataklysm’s 2004 album Serenity In Fire.

Orange County’s Hardcore-Punk heroes Ignite return after ten years with A War Against You.   Text Review: In southern California, the hardcore punk scene will never die. Bands like Ignite are proof that some sounds won’t go out of style due to time, trends or the overall change of a …

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